Portuguese outlet Record now features one more piece on Wolverhampton Wanderers’ chase for Benfica striker Carlos Vinícius.

This time it’s their editor Nuno Martins who shows up in a video to say the Molineux side won’t be paying a lot for the transfer in the summer.

Despite having reportedly offered €60m for the striker back in January 2020, it’s said Wolves would now ‘on their limit’ spend €30m.

Benfica president Luís Filipe Vieira is reportedly aware of the intentions of Nuno Espírito Santo’s side, but there’s no information on what he thinks about those numbers.

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Carlos Vinícius is currently having a loan spell at Tottenham Hotspur, and even though the Portuguese media has no information on Spurs’ stance on the striker, they believe the English claims which say the club are not triggering the buying option they have over him.

Even though it’s clear Benfica should’ve taken Wolves’ huge offer back in January 2020, the local press suggests it would be fair to sell him for €30m now.